Top Rated Salad Dressing Recipes

Olivia Newton-John's Tuna Salad
"To eat like the Aussies do, try this unique, fresh salad."- Jay Christian, author of Jay Christian's Hollywood Celebrity Recipes.
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5
This coleslaw is the perfect cool flavor to compliment the hot and tangy barbecue from Eastern North Carolina and is one of the more than a dozen sides from executive chef Darrell Brown's menu at The Pit.
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5
Kale and apple salad
This recipe is loaded with pistachios and pomegranate arils. Be sure to use pure maple syrup for the dressing, it'll make all the difference.Recipe courtesy of Karen Kelly/Seasonal Cravings.
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4.75
Copycat Red Lobster Tartar Sauce recipe - The Daily Meal
Companies as large as Red Lobster tend to be very tight-lipped when it comes to “trade secrets.” This recipe comes pretty darn close to replicating the real thing, according to reviews. It starts with a base of Miracle Whip, instead of mayo. This creates a sweeter flavor profile, which is right on track with the taste of Red Lobster's famous tartar sauce.This recipe is by Ron Douglas, author of the “America’s Most Wanted Recipes” series (Atria Books, 2009), and was originally published in the South Florida Sun Sentinel.
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4.666665
Broccoli and Bacon Salad recipe - The Daily Meal
This easy salad will be the star side dish at your next picnic or potluck. Vitamin C-packed broccoli florets lend a healthy crunch, and crispy bacon and creamy dressing add a little decadence.This recipe is by Denise Richardson of Hampton, Virginia, and was originally published in the Daily Press.
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4.666665
Quick & Easy Salmon Cakes recipe - The Daily Meal
These cakes cook up crispy and light—the baking powder is what helps them to puff up a bit. Try using canned red salmon instead of the pink if you are able to spend a little more; it has a less fishy flavor and usually fewer tiny bones. For a slightly healthier cooking method, fry the cakes in a little canola oil instead of the Crisco.This recipe was originally published in The Baltimore Sun.
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4.666665
Green Goddess Baked Fish
This recipe was born of a fishing trip bonanza meets the empty fridge. You can substitute nearly any salad dressing and changeout seasonings to match your mood (or fridge finds). —Leslie WernerThis recipe was originally published in the Daily Press.
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4.5
Greek Couscous
Good for lunch or a light side.-gailanngThis recipe is courtesy of gailanng and Food.com
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4
Microwavable Potato Salad
This is a quick, traditional potato salad that is so easy to make! White, red, or Yukon Gold potatoes are all good choices for this recipe (russet potatoes are not a great choice because they may fall apart). I don't peel my potato, but you can if you prefer. Please be sure to read the label to ensure your choice of Italian salad dressing is gluten-free.
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4
Baked Reuben Dip
 If you want a modern twist on the traditional corned beef and cabbage dish, try this easy-to-make flavorful dip served with rye crackers.
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4
Potato Salad
This is a quick, traditional potato salad that is so easy to make! White, red, or Yukon gold potatoes are all good choices for this recipe (Russet potatoes are not a great choice because they may fall apart). I don't peel my potato, but you can if you prefer. Please be sure to read the label to ensure your choice of Italian salad dressing is gluten-free.
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3.2
BREAKFAST SALAD
Breakfast salad; the breakfast of champions and health nuts alike. Enjoy this bright and fresh morning salad on days when the call back to bed sounds a bit louder.This recipe is courtesy of Simply Healthyish Recipes.
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3.166665